Cheap Flights from London to Dubai, AE, United Arab Emirates – LON to DXB

Cheap Flights from London to Dubai Every body wise to visit Dubai but some time Dubai air fare are too high. If you follow some tricks then you can save lots of money. Flexible with Your Travel Dates Buy Early Do not fly during busy time (Summer Holiday, Christmas, New years, Friday and Saturday). choice the native air lines (Your destination countries national air lines) Never fly early morning Emirates is national airlines of Dubai, UAE. There is about 4 flights from Heathrow to London every day. The good news is emirates operating A380 from Heathrow and Gatwick airport. A380 economy seats are bigger then other air plane and more comfortable. If I travel to Dubai always I prefer emirates airlines defiantly A380 because of good price and best service. Check out the video why I like A380. You must love it. Checkout the Emirate LONDON TO DUBAI Special Fare

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How to buy cheap europe train tickets

If you are traveling Europe always it’s best idea to travel inside Europe by train as it’s cheaper, faster and safe. Buying and Getting cheapest European train ticket is very tricky and complex. If you want to save money always it’s better to buy European train ticket from station counter. European train fares are based primarily on the distance traveled. Each country has its own price for per kilometer formula, though the type of train also affects the price (route, logically, slower trains are usually cheaper than faster ones). For faster classes of trains, however, many European rail companies have moved to a dynamic pricing system — similar to how airfares work — in which a fare can vary depending on demand, restrictions, and how early you purchase. Few years ago you could not receive any discount or save money buying European train tickets in advance for faster train, but

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15 Common Travel Scams (And How To Avoid Them)

Written by:  MATTHEW KARSTEN Shady people love to take advantage of tourists, and if you’re not careful, it’s easy to become a victim. Here are some of the most common travel scams around the world. As travelers, it is easy to think that we are smart enough to avoid getting ripped off. But, the truth is, it happens to the best of us. Including me! From getting ridiculously overcharged on cab rides to unknowingly revealing credit card information, travel scams exist the world over. While it is nearly impossible to know when you will be scammed, it is important to know what kind of scams exist, and what to do should the situation arise. Most Common Travel Scams It sucks to get scammed by a stranger when you’re traveling on vacation. Even after 5 years of continuous travel, I still get caught off guard from time to time. Here are

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How To Find Cheap Travel Accommodation

Cheap travel accommodation is available around the world — you don’t need to pay for expensive hotels. Check out these affordable (and free) sleep options. One of the biggest travel myths out there is that you need to be independently wealthy to see the world. This is simply not true. Travel can be very affordable, especially when you use alternative forms of overnight accommodation. Travel is only expensive if you choose to make it that way. Fancy hotels have big budgets to spend on plenty of advertising coverage. So we assume those are the only options out there. But in reality there are many cheap, and even free places to sleep when traveling. Over the past 2 years I’ve tried most of them, and wanted to share my experiences and tips with you. Backpacker Hostel Backpacker hostels are a popular option for the budget-minded traveler. Rooms & bathrooms are shared

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How to Save Money on Food When You Travel

If you love food as much as I do, it’s rough to consider skimping on it, especially when you’re on vacation. Along with hotels and entertainment, food costs while traveling can add up quickly. However, sampling local cuisine is one of the best ways to experience your destination, and that should not be sacrificed! Fortunately, you don’t have to. There are plenty of ways to please your palate on vacation without breaking the bank. How to Eat Cheap on Vacation 1. Plan Ahead When I finally visit Maine, the first thing I plan to do is sink my teeth into a lobster roll. But while I’m still in the Midwest, I’ll be researching the best restaurant to fit my small budget. If you know you want to indulge in a specific dish, check out numerous restaurants’ websites first, or call directly to inquire about daily specials. Also, sign up for email

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Reykjavik travel guide

Reykjavik travel guide Backdropped by the hulking Mount Esja and perched on the southern shores of Faxaflói Bay, nature is never far away in Reykjavik. Yet, despite its obvious natural beauties, the world’s most northerly capital is a vibrant place that’s home to rows of colourful houses and a populace that gives the concept of living for the moment a whole new meaning. Reykjavik is where the great outdoors takes centre stage with sea, mountains, rivers, woodlands, parks and geothermal swimming pools, all intimately connected. Start with a trip to the artificial beach at Nauthólsvík, where golden sands and a geothermal-heated sea water lagoon combine to pleasant effect. If you want something more energetic, activities like cycling, hiking, horse riding, sailing and fishing can all be enjoyed on Reykjavik’s doorstep. Thought, these natural wonders can belie the fact that the city has much to offer in the way of urban

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Montreal travel guide

With its alluring fusion of cobblestone streets, flashy skyscrapers, European chic and North American swagger, Montreal is unlike any other city on the continent. Canada’s largest French-speaking city is happy to dish out a dose of old-world charm amid its grand heritage buildings and 18th- and 19th-century narrow lanes. But it’s a progressive city too: a creative hub, where swanky boutique hotels radiate contemporary cool, and a slew of flashy new skyscrapers are competing to make their mark on the skyline. This is a sophisticated riverside metropolis, crammed with cosmopolitan eateries, hyper-cool shops and a cornucopia of festivals. When it comes to sightseeing, there’s plenty to gawp at. Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride (calèche) along the St Laurence River in Old Montreal and amble down to the buzzing harbour front. Stroll to Plateau Mont-Royal, where wrought-iron staircases, designer fashion boutiques, a thriving arts scene and snazzy nightspots pepper its funky

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things you need to know when buying travel insurance

Choosing a right travel insurance is not a easy task. Travel insurance is one of the vital part of your dream holiday. We are facing unwanted incident everyday life. But we do not want any unwanted incident during our holiday, if any thing happen then we need a backup to protect every things. learn the six thing you need to know when buying travel insurance. Make sure you have or you will have travel insurance before going to holiday You must have bank account. Before buying travel insurance check your bank account that’s it’s have travel insurance options or not. If you are unsure then call your bank to confirm. There is lots of bank in every country who are giving travel insurance cover. If your bank providing you travel insurance then check the terms and make sure that travel policy cover the destination you are going to. You know

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Travel Insurance buying Guide

One of the Famous Travel adviser and  writer Rick Steves explain how to buy a good travel insurance to protect your dream holiday from unwanted disaster. For some travelers, insurance is a good deal; for others, it’s not. What are the chances you’ll need it? How willing are you to take risks? How much is peace of mind worth to you? Take these considerations into account, understand your options, and make an informed decision for your trip. Insurance Basics The insurance menu includes five main courses: trip cancellation and interruption, medical, evacuation, baggage, and flight insurance. Supplemental policies can be added to cover specific concerns, such as identity theft or political evacuation. The various types are generally sold in some combination — rather than buying only baggage, medical, or cancellation insurance, you’ll usually purchase a package that includes most or all of them. If you want just one type of

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